The Banks County High School Leopards are entering into the Christmas break with a 9-2 overall record.
Last weekend the Leopards were in Demorest competing in Piedmont College’s second annual Christmas Invitational Tourney.
After a first round win over Stephens County followed by a fourth quarter shocker against Habersham, the Leopards picked up a second place spot in the tournament.
When the Leopards return from the holidays, the first challenger will be Riverside Military on Jan. 7. Banks hosts the boys only games with the JV team playing at 4 p.m. followed with the varsity game at 6 p.m.
The Wednesday games will begin the make or break portion of the Leopards’ season as the team prepares for the coming sub-region contests.
Chase Armour adds one point to the board after a free throw during Friday’s game against Stephens County. Armour totaled 41 points on Friday. Photo by Justin Poole
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